Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll talk with Sara Lee about her First Friday’s presentation about the Alaska State Museum’s Science on a Sphere;
We’ll find out about UAS art activities when Olivia Pitesa, a senior at UAS comes in to highlight her participation in tonight’s juried art show at the Baranof Hotel and the tri-annual pottery sale going on tonight and Saturday on campus;
We’ll get details about the upcoming Girls On The Run 5K celebratory run/walk, with guest, Julie Walker, who’ll also have details on how to sign up as a coach or participant in the spring version of this event;
Stacy Gullufsen will be here to highlight her art, as part of the First Friday opening at the JACC;
KTOO’s Arts, Music, and Culture Director, Scott Burton, will come in to show us how to use the new KTOO Gallery Walk map and list on our smart phones;
And Ernestine Hays will be here to talk about her new book, Juneau.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Native communities across Alaska are seeking a key to understanding the epidemic of suicide. The film screened Tuesday last week during the First Alaskans Institute 2017 Elders and Youth Conference held prior to the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Anchorage last week.
- The 51st Alaska Federation of Natives wrapped up Saturday in Anchorage on Saturday. Delegates passed a number of resolutions and heard from all three members of the state’s U.S. congressional delegation.
- The FBI has confirmed that it arrested the former manager of Juneau's historic and condemned Bergmann Hotel, who in March was fined for failing to abide by the city's evacuation order.
- About 100 people attended a re-election campaign kick off event in Juneau for Gov. Walker and Lt. Gov. Mallott. Walker set aside a few minutes to take our questions.